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Virtually all of them complained of arbitrary and heavy-handed moderators.
Some even intimated that POF moderators actually read the supposedly private e-mails that users send other users.
The women there are just as excessively picky, perfectionistic and demanding.
Without women, there won’t be any men on the site and ergo no advertising revenues.
Most of the sites I found offer comment forums where POF users can talk about the negative experiences they’ve had there.
A cursory search on the web using “plentyoffish sucks” as a search term yielded many hits.
Being separated, I specified that I was only looking to date and make new friendships.
All that I have had to show for my efforts despite dozens of e-mails is a whole lot of… I upgraded the photos and edited my profile in hopes of getting more dates.
Many also noted how some POF users seemed to be able to post anything they liked, with no consequences. Clearly, the concepts of ‘fair comment’ and freedom of speech are alien to the owners of POF.
One poster even talked about how online dating is ‘good for women but bad for men’. In short order I came to the conclusion that POF moderators tread lightly on the women who frequent the site.